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Hi, I just installed server 2008 as a hyper-v vm.  I went to do the updates and it seems frozen.  It has been this way for a half hour.  Is there any way to know if this is still working? update screen shot
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You can check to see if the Windows Update wuauclt.exe process is using cpu resources.

Thanks.

mug

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That is... open task manager >> then click the Processes tab.

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mug
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